I adore my truck. 21 elevation 5.3/10 speed. Zero issues with it. Ive always figured Id buy another right before I see no alternatives to having to buy some hybrid bs. With the way things are looking, Im betting its within 5 years. So that has me thinking, Ill likely be trying to stretch the life out of that truck as long as possible. Im an engine builder by trade, so im not afraid of digging into it 15-20 years from now. What does have me nervous is fuel supply. Where will we be? My thought is as much as Im not a diesel guy, maybe id be better off with the babymax long term. Diesel fuel is easier to make. Who knows, if they shut it ALL down maybe it could be converted to grease? Am I nuts for thinking this way? Im trying to avoid owning an electric vehicle as long as physically possible.
Feels like I hit a rumble strip on decel, usually around 15mph. Not everytime, doesn't seem to matter hot or cold. Not a brake issue. Im not convinced its a trans issue either. Almost thinking its DFM related. Took it to the dealer, they couldn't replicate. I took the service manager for a ride and could only get it to do it once. He didn't seem worried, but said he would document it. Any else?
It was optional for a while. When I got my 21' you get 8 or 10 with the 5.3. My 19's 8-speed was rough until they did a TSB on it, was smooth after that. The 10 speed certainly makes the truck feel faster though.
A friend of mine has a 2019 ram with the air suspension, I think it’s one of the stiffest riding trucks I’ve ever been in. My Sierra feels like a Cadillac in comparison. It’s funny though, a friend of mine put airbags in his Silverado and it rides stiff as a board now too. I assumed it was just nature of the beast
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